EU GTR 3 @ Dubai Autodrome - Sat 19 Oct 2019

Ross Garland

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Server Name: EU - Sat
Cars: GTR 3
Track: Dubai Autodrome - GP

Saturday 19/10/19
19:00 UTC (30 minutes)
Qualifying: 19:30 UTC (15 minutes)

Warmup: 19:45 UTC (5 minutes)
Race: 19:50 UTC (40 minutes) - Mandatory pit stop

Entry List
- 32 slots
  1. Ross Garland (Ask me anything in TeamSpeak)
  2. FeltHat
  3. Bart Matyja
  4. PurgerUK
  5. Calvyn White
  6. ko41
  7. emarchena
  8. brc19
  9. wazowski
  10. Free slot
  11. Free slot
  12. Free slot
  13. Free slot
  14. Free slot

Reserve list
  1. Reserve
  2. Reserve


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Calvyn White

Calv Killmore
Indeed, there's certainly a good selection. My personal favourites are the Porsche, Callaway Corvette, and RUF in that order.
Very true but I find the gearbox extremely important when it comes to the circuits. For instance, my favourite Audi LMS is quite universal throughout most circuits. The Porsche, Mercedes AMG and sometimes the Nissan are commonly used. And the BMW M6, Nissan and Ford Mustang can be included on tracks like Monza and Spa. But I also feel most of these cars could be on any track that raceroom has to offer but there are benefits from some from the fixed gearbox ratios.
But of course, some are not as good as they used to be for one reason or another. Such as the Z4, Bentley, McLaren MP4, P4-5 and the Ford GT. I feel in general these cars are slower but still just as awesome to drive.
As much as I love the Audi I am tempted to try the Porsche for the race now that the sound has certainly been improved. But I am in doubt as it is a little too much understeer on exit for my liking. But still an excellent choice for this circuit in my opinion.

My top 3 for this circuit.
1. Audi LMS. Good all-rounder for all tracks.
With a good stable setup can be quick and predictable.
2. Porsche. Another good all-rounder foremost tracks. Can have a little understeer on exit but easily remedied via setups.
3. Mercedes AMG. Extremely quick plenty of power but it can at times feel like a tank. Can oversteer quite easily but also can be remedied via setups.
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Calvyn White

Calv Killmore
Oh yeah, the controversial car that was banned for running underweight in 1997. It won the championship in 1996 before anybody noticed. You would have thought people would have noticed sooner considering the driver, Imso Young was always napping, eating ice cream and only being 3ft 2.
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Ross Garland

Anyone else have issues with TS tonight? It won't even open for me. Just get the little hour glass for a second, then nothing. No error, no TS. :O_o:
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